Snippets of Love

| Art | Photography | Illustrated Word | God’s Love | Malachi 1:2 | Psalm 36:5 |

“You stay the same through the ages
Your love never changes…”
(Lyrics from “Your Love Never Fails” by Jesus Culture)

We grow, we age, we fall and get up again. The world changes, our relationships change, but one thing will always remain steady and faithful; that is God’s unfailing, ever-abundant love for us.

God loves us so much and reveals His love to us in so many different ways! These are just two reminders I have had recently of His great love!

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A Gift and Response (Malachi 1:2)

I made this piece for an art challenge where the brief was to use a limited palette and to draw inspiration from a random Bible verse. When I flipped the pages of my Bible, I landed on Malachi 1:2. I almost bailed on the challenge as the book of Malachi is full of rebuke! However, as I read the passage again and began to draw, I found myself astounded by the patient persistence of God’s invitation for us to receive His love.

While there is a lot of rebuke in the book of Malachi, it begins with a word from God and Israel’s response to it. God has loved Israel and God has loved us. There are so many testimonies that remind us of this – for example, personal experiences, the accounts written in the Bible, the way nature works and the beauty of it. God loves extravagantly, faithfully and unconditionally. What a gift He has given us in His love!

How do we respond to God’s love? Do we doubt it, ignore it, take it for granted or receive it with thanksgiving? Perhaps instead of challenging, “How have you loved us?”, we could ask, “God, show me the height, depth, and width of your great love!”

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Sheltered by God’s Love (Psalm 36:5)

I took this photo at a nearby park and was reminded of words from Psalm 36:

“Your love, Lord, reaches to the heavens, Your faithfulness to the skies.” [Psalm 36:5]

The other night, I found myself wide awake in bed, thinking through the years of life I have enjoyed on earth so far. There were joyful times, sad times, challenging times and many other memories. Through it all, God was there. I found myself thanking him for His grace, for His mercy, for His protection, and for growing my understanding of His love!

In my weakness, God is my strength. In my fear, He is my confidence. In my doubt, He is my security. Above all, His love is the reason for my hope. Though I fall, I remember that my life is hidden with Christ. He loves me, He loves you, He loves us all. I want to grow each day in understanding more of God’s love!

Cory Asbury’s “Reckless Love” declares this chorus:

“Oh, the overwhelming, never-ending, reckless love of God
Oh, it chases me down, fights ’til I’m found, leaves the ninety-nine
And I couldn’t earn it, and I don’t deserve it. still You give Yourself away
Oh, the overwhelming, never-ending, reckless love of God.”


6 Weeks to Christmas: LOVE

| 6 Weeks to Christmas | Week 1 – LOVE | John 3:16 | Illustrated Word |

6 weeks to Christmas! The festive season is more than decadence and decoration. It is a time to remember the birth of Christ – He who died for our sins and rose again, redeeming all people once and for all into eternal life and relationship with God the Father.

6 weeks, 6 Christmas-related words, 6 illustrated Bible verses to remind us of why we celebrate the birth of Christ 😊

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Week 1: LOVE (John 3:16)


1. LOVE - John 3.16

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The Lord, My Light (Psalm 27:1)

| Digital Art | Psalm 27:1 (Illustrated Word)| Nursery Decor | PaintTool|

2019 Psalm 27-1

One final piece for baby’s nursery 🙂
A reminder that the Lord her God will always be with her and for her ;
her light, her salvation, her strength and her life.

The Lord is my light and my salvation;
Whom shall I fear?
The Lord is the strength of my life;
Of whom shall I be afraid?
[Psalm 27:1]

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Geometric Olive Tree (Romans 11:24)

| Geometric Olive Tree | Romans 11:24 | Digital Art | Illustrated Word | PaintTool|

Romans 11-24 Geometric Olive Tree


Made this piece as I was reading Romans 11 and reflecting on how much God loves His people Israel. We all need grace! It is by grace that both Jews and Gentiles are saved, adopted as sons and daughters into the family of God. It also reminds me to continuously pray for Israel. God loves them, has not forgotten them, and continues to pursue them. So then, I also want to join Him in praying for Zion – “…until her righteousness goes forth as brightness, and her salvation as a lamp that burns.” [Isaiah 62:1]

The Greatest Treasure (2 Corinthians 4:7)

| Digital Art – PaintTool | The Greatest Treasure | 2 Corinthians 4:7 | Life in Christ | Hope |

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” But we have this treasure in earthen vessels,
that the excellence of the power may be of God and not of us.

We are hard pressed on every side, yet not crushed;
we are perplexed, but not in despair;
persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed –
always carrying about in the body the dying of the Lord Jesus,
that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our body. 

[ 2 Corinthians 4:7-10]